This tutorial will show you how to build creative hover animations for buttons using sprites. Part 1 of this tutorial explains the design process in Photoshop and in, in part 2 you will learn how to convert it to XHTML + CSS, and finally adding a fading hover effect with jQuery.
This jQuery plugin is an attempt to recreate Google's imageless buttons and prove that it doesn't take a whole team of engineers and an endless cycle of code revision and quality control (their own words) to pull this off.
These buttons automatically adapt to paddings and any other styling you wish to use. They allow for a lot of stylistic customisatoin via a few lines of css while keeping all the display critical css rules hidden deep inside the plugin.
With this button, there are two basic CSS techniques that you will need to know – opacity and how to widen the button. Opacity is an effortless technique since it is supported by CSS, while widening the button is a CSS only technique by increasing the button’s current padding. So, when the user mouseover the button you will add its padding to make it wide and decrease the button’s opacity when user click it. You will then add some jQuery animation to bring this "nice" pure CSS button to life.
With CSS the button looks nice enough, but with
If you use Skype I am sure that you noticed that animated button for adding more people to a chat. When you click on it the icon on the left "jumps" And, in this tutorial you will learn how to create the same button using jQuery and some simple CSS.
In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a simple ajax request using the functionality of the iPhone buttons to trigger a script to return a string based on whether the switch is on or off. You need to include the ‘jquery.iphone-switch.js’ file along with jQuery which is included in the download package.
These buttons are coded real-world examples of themeable buttons and toolbars using the jQuery UI CSS Framework, a system of classes developed for jQuery UI widgets that can easily be applied to any plugin, and even static content.
In this tutorial you’re going to create an effective 'call to action' button with CSS and some jQuery to help grab the user’s attention and entice them to click .
With this tut you can learn how to build dynamic CSS buttons using PNG, transparency and background colors that will degrade nicely and supports full scalability (resizeable in all directions according to the font size and content).
In this tutorial you will be creating a button that will replace the default submit button, that will degrade gracefully, animated withy jQuery and very very easy to implement.
This plugin lets you create a two-layer button with one layer that follows the mouse. This method allows you to create some very professional effects on your site. The example below duplicates the Windows 7 start bar button hover functionality.
This plugin is, by design, very basic. If you want to add lot of extra utility around getting and setting the hash as a state, and parsing and merging fragment params, check out the jQuery BBQ plugin. It includes this plugin at its core, plus a whole lot more, and has thorough documentation and examples as well.
When a user clicks on a select button it initiates a click function in jQuery. The first action is to remove the highlighting on the old row. Then you find the radio button of the new selection and add a checked state to it. Finally you add a new style class on to the column which gives the visual impact that a selection has been made.
The inspiration for this button comes from photoshop.com where Flash is used to create a nice slide out effect. This button does not behave exactly the same, but the effect is awesome. It does not use any images and uses the border radius property to make the rounded borders.
The button consists of three parts: a container, the little button and the longer button. The two inner parts have absolute positioning. With jQuery, you will enlarge the long button and change the colors of the small one.